Dr Anish Mathew John
Biography of Dr Anish Mathew John
An avid writer, singer, cartoonist, counsellor and social activist.
Dr Anish Mathew John's Works:
Dr Anish Mathew John Poems
My Life, Soul & Breath
Born were I and you apart Never did know so where we were And time came now for us to know That chosen were we for being one.
The Quandary 2
(A personal one depicting the hardships endured by me and my family after being struck hard by a deluge in Chennai, a second time on Dec 02,2015 after the first instance on Oct 27,2005.) Content a life, we led thus far Spouse, my boy and our small dreams
Our God-Given Child
Never would we blessed this great Wish such a wonder child you dear Your cries, your smiles and all your tricks All makes us great with pride abound.
She Is Gone…
12 July, it was the day The terrible day, I nod in fear Drew her breath in last one sigh Lo, was gone my mom most dear
Marvel Brothers (On 9/11)
(A poem on 9/11 written on the eve of that eventful day. This poem showcases the twin towers as twin brothers talking to us and comforting us after their demise, recollecting fond memories of love, prosperity and martyrdom. You’ll find the brothers consoling us amidst their own unimaginable pain.) Life we got in hands of wight Took we birth as charming twins
He's Lord, My God (Gifted To His Excelle...
(My poem gifted to Benedict XVI, The Pope in the month of April this year (2010) via a Priest in India who had attended a conference in Rome) Father he is to all of us Friend he is and always there
Forgive Me Father
(A loud cry to the Heavenly Father.) Father you are to all on earth Plans you make to mould our birth
October 27,2005 – The Quandary
(A personal one depicting the hardships endured by me and my family after being struck hard by a deluge in Chennai, India on Oct 27,2005. My life had turned upside down with just our lives alone spared. This is just what I had gone through then.) Content a life, we led thus far My spouse, my boy and our small dreams
Times Of Grief - 26/11
(A reflection of the merciless killings in Mumbai by terrorists on 26/11) A day it came a day it went Pain and cry all left in grief
(A note on the Christmas Star that had guided the Vikings to Jesus.) Oh my dear! You wonder star So bright you shine all day and night
Not Just A Better Half
(A tribute to my god given life partner) She's my love, she's my life So dear to me, she's my wife
My Castle Drowned
(A reflection of a child standing on the beach after losing his parents. This was written after the Tsunami had struck the southern coastal region of India in 2005) Castles we mounted together all eve Soaked my feet, she teased me wet
A True Friend 'You'
Pal you are, your shoulders strong A bolster strong, my head to rest To console, to pat, to give a hug You’re always there an all life mate.
Times Of Grief - 26/11
(A reflection of the merciless killings in Mumbai by terrorists on 26/11)
A day it came a day it went
Pain and cry all left in grief
Scar it made it hides behind
Still shows the stain with dreary face.
Friends they were both kith and kin
All lost at stretch with eyes all filled